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Sharing with Duckie Deck

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Inventive mini-games show why it's fun to share.

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Sharing with Duckie Deck is a colorful and interactive experience for little ones. Kids will find a lot of things to click on and explore throughout the activities, and they'll enjoy finding all the surprises as they play. The in-game kids are encouraging, with plenty of cheering when things go well. Their facial expressions are very clear, so even young kids can tell when they're happy (everyone is sharing!) or sad (someone got all the pancakes!). Parents will like the explanations of the games and the information about helping kids to share.

If there's a failing, it's in the drawing activity: Kids have to trace a picture they select, but any swipe on the screen counts as tracing in the game. Also there are no options for painting tools, brush sizes, paint buckets, and the like, making it difficult to paint the way you might like, and you can't save your work. Otherwise, this is a good introductory app for younger kids who want to explore freely but who also do well with a slightly guided activity.

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